Practicing Safe BYOD: Is Your Data at Risk?

By 2017, half of employers will require employees to use their own devices for work.


In Media, Big Data Is Booming but Big Results Are Lacking

Nobody wants to use the data.


Tablets Invading the Enterprise? Companies Can Still Keep Calm and Carry On.

The advantages of BYOD are undeniable, but enterprises must focus on making it secure.


Making a Case for Network Virtualization

In the early 2000s, the predominant question that many in IT asked was, “Why should I virtualize?” Today, the predominant question you’ll hear is, “Why can’t the servers be virtualized?”

iPads to Outnumber BlackBerrys in the Office by 2014

If that comes as a surprise, it really shouldn’t.

Intel, IBM Get Tech’s Q3 Earnings Season Under Way

Two longtime tech bellwethers report today, each with varying troubles stemming from the weak global economy.

How Big Data and Cloud Computing Are Pushing Networks to the Brink

A survey by Juniper Networks finds that a majority of senior IT executives say their networks aren’t up to the tasks that are being demanded of them.


The “Rubik’s Cube of Complexity” — Managing IT in an Interdependent World

The Application Delivery Chain is getting more complex, making the jobs of IT execs harder.

Samsung Makes Galaxy S III and Other Android Devices Enterprise-Ready

Samsung gives corporate IT managers controls that make them less nervous about a BYOD world.

It’s Time for an Internal Memo: Dibble Takes Over All Tech at Yahoo

Yahoo reorgs! Again!